Prophylaxis of meningococcal disease

Meningococcus is a bacterium responsible for about 30% of bacterial meningitis in France. Mortality of this infection is far from negligible despite the sensitivity of bacteria to antibiotics. A ...
La situation du paludisme dans le monde

Bacterial and Parasitic Infections

* Diphtheria: it is due to the lysogénée bacteria strain that produces exotoxin. C. The diphtheria that do not produce exotoxin may be responsible for angina false membranes, but ...
Vaccination contre la méningite

Purulent Meningitis

– Newborn: Escherichia coli (40%); Strep B; Listeria – Children <6 years: Haemophilus influenzae; meningitis; pneumococcus – Adult and E> 6 years: meningococcal; ...
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